This 1947 print advertisement for P.R. Mallory & Co. of Indianapolis, IN has a three-color art illustration of a streamliner train pulling out of the station with several large milk cans on the platform with the headline, “Streamliners and Milk Cans Have Something in Common”.
Year Published: 1947
Approximate overall size – inches: 10 x 13
“Resistance welding has come a long way since the time it was first adopted by the automotive industry. Today there is hardly a metal fabricating plant that does not use it in some form. Streamliners and milk cans…refrigerators and farm tools…heaters and airplanes…are cheaper, more useful products thanks to this better way of joining metals.”
This is a 74 yr. old original vintage ad removed from a 1947 publication and is not a reproduction of any kind.